Detaining Docs with DAC

Hey all, Ned here again with a quick advert: Robert Deluca from our Partner and Customer team just published a blog post on Dynamic Access Control. He walks through the configuration of “document quarantine” to protect sensitive data on file shares and automatically clean up files that violate storage policies. We’ve seen a lot of… Read more

Dynamic Access Control and ISV Goodness

Hey all, Ned here with a quickie: Robert Paige just published an interesting read on Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control over at the Windows Server blog: http://blogs.technet.com/b/wincat/archive/2012/07/20/diving-deeper-into-windows-server-2012-dynamic-access-control.aspx It highlights the work done with Independent Software Vendor partners and the products they are creating to integrate with the DAC suite. Definitely worth a read. As… Read more

Standardizing Dynamic Access Control Configuration – Exporting and Importing Dynamic Access Control objects between Active Directory Forests

[This is a guest post from Joe Isenhour, a Senior Program Manager in Windows Server. You may remember him from his previous ADFS claims rule post. If you are not yet up to speed on the DAC security suite in Windows Server 2012, I recommend our own Mike Stephens’ treatise Understand and Troubleshoot Dynamic Access… Read more

More Central Access Policies blogging happening

Hi all, Ned here. Our friend Nir has another new DAC-related post up, this time on the File Cab blog: Getting started with Central Access Policies – Reducing security group complexity and achieving data access compliance using Dynamic Access Control If you need a reason to go read this, consider the following quote: “So, we… Read more

Dynamic Access Control intro on Windows Server blog

Hey all, Ned here with a quick “xerox” post: the Dynamic Access Control developers have released a good intro on their octo-feature through the Windows Server Blog: Introduction to Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control It’s written by Nir Ben-Zvi, a Program Manager on the Windows Server development team. If you’re unfamiliar with DAC, this… Read more

Saturday Mail Sack: Because it turns out, Friday night was alright for fighting edition

Hello all, Ned here again with our first mail sack in a couple months. I have enough content built up here that I actually created multiple posts, which means I can personally guarantee there will be another one next week. Unless there isn’t! Today we answer your questions around: Detecting virtual machines with WMI Filters… Read more